Spectrum Brands Holdings has a market cap of $1.42 billion; its shares were traded at around $27.21 with a P/E ratio of 14.9 and P/S ratio of 0.4.
This is the annual revenues and earnings per share of SPB over the last 10 years. For detailed 10-year financial data and charts, go to 10-Year Financials of SPB.
Highlight of Business Operations:Operating Income. Operating income of approximately $229 million was recognized in Fiscal 2011 compared to $169 million recognized in Fiscal 2010, representing an increase of $60 million. The Merger accounted for a $41 million increase in operating income. Additionally, savings from our integration efforts, our global cost reduction initiatives and favorable foreign exchange translation impacted operating income by $17 million, $16 million and $11 million, respectively. These profit improvements were partially offset by a $32 million impairment charge, $13 million increase in stock compensation expense and increased commodity costs during Fiscal 2011.
Consumer battery sales for Fiscal 2011 decreased slightly to $862 million when compared to Fiscal 2010 sales of $866 million. The decrease is attributable to a decline in specialty battery sales of $24 million, which was tempered by increased alkaline battery sales of $9 million and favorable foreign exchange translation of $11 million. The $24 million decrease in specialty battery sales was driven by a decrease in Latin American sales of $26 million, primarily due to decreased volume in Brazil as a result of competitive pressures in the region tempered by increased sales of $3 million in North America, predominantly driven by distribution gains. The $9 million increase in alkaline sales is primarily attributable to increased sales in North America of $14 million resulting from distribution gains, strong holiday sales in the first quarter of Fiscal 2011 and incremental sales due to severe weather during the year coupled with increased European sales of $6 million driven by successful promotions and customer gains in the region. The alkaline battery sales growth in these regions was tempered by a decline of $11 million in Latin America due to decreased volumes in Brazil as a result of competitive pressures.
Segment profitability during Fiscal 2011 increased $68 million to $239 million from $171 million in Fiscal 2010. The Merger accounted for a $42 million increase in segment profit. The remaining increase in segment profitability during Fiscal 2011 was attributable to increased sales which contributed $12 million of profit, cost saving from integration and cost reduction initiatives of $12 million, favorable foreign exchange of $11 million and the non-recurrence of a $18 million increase in cost of goods sold that resulted from the sale of inventory that was revalued in connection with our adoption of fresh-start reporting upon emergence from Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code, that we recognized during the first quarter of Fiscal 2010. Partially offsetting these increases to segment profitability was a $29 million decrease in margins resulting from higher commodity costs and product mix. Segment profitability as a percentage of sales increased slightly to 10.6% in Fiscal 2011 compared to 10.3% in Fiscal 2010. See Restructuring and Related Charges below, as well as Note 14, Restructuring and Related Charges, of Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements included in this Annual Report on Form 10-K for additional information regarding our restructuring and related charges.
Pet product sales during Fiscal 2010 decreased $8 million, or 1%, compared to Fiscal 2009. The decrease of $8 million is attributable to decreased aquatics sales of $11 million and decreased specialty pet products sales of $6 million; these decreases were partially offset by the Merger as it accounted for a Net sales increase of $6 million during Fiscal 2010. Also offsetting the decreases was favorable foreign exchange impacts of $3 million. The $11 million decrease in aquatic sales is due to decreases within the United States and Pacific Rim of $6 million and $5 million, respectively, as a result of reduced demand in this product category due to the macroeconomic slowdown as we maintained our market share in the category. The $6 million decrease in companion animal sales is due to a $9 million decline in the United States, primarily driven by a distribution loss at a major retailer of certain dog shampoo products and the impact of a product recall, which was tempered by increases of $3 million in Europe.
Gross Profit. Gross profit for Fiscal 2010 was $921 million versus $816 million for Fiscal 2009. Our gross profit margin for Fiscal 2010 decreased to 35.9% from 36.6% in Fiscal 2009. The decrease in our gross profit margin is primarily a result of our adoption of fresh-start reporting upon emergence from Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code. Upon the adoption of fresh-start reporting, inventory balances were revalued to fair value at August 30, 2009 resulting in an increase in such inventory balances of $49 million. As a result of the inventory revaluation, we recognized additional cost of goods sold as these inventory items were sold in Fiscal 2009 and 2010, which increased cost of goods sold by $34 million during Fiscal 2010 compared to $15 million of additional cost of goods sold recognized in Fiscal 2009. The impact of the inventory revaluation was offset by lower Restructuring and related charges in Cost of goods sold during Fiscal 2010 of $7 million whereas Fiscal 2009 included $13 million of Restructuring and related charges. The Restructuring and related charges incurred in Fiscal 2010 were primarily associated with cost reduction initiatives announced in 2009. The $13 million of Restructuring and related charges incurred in Fiscal 2009 primarily related to the shutdown of our Ningbo, China battery manufacturing facility. See Restructuring and Related Charges below, as well as Note 14, Restructuring and Related Charges, to our Consolidated Financial Statements included in this Annual Report on Form 10-K for additional information regarding our restructuring and related charges.
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